JAILED for making 3D Guns

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Re: JAILED for making 3D Guns

Postby SteveHGraham » Sun Nov 02, 2014 6:34 pm

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Re: JAILED for making 3D Guns

Postby ken572 » Sun Nov 02, 2014 7:50 pm

SteveHGraham wrote:Safest church in North Miami!

Safety with the COR-BON Church Round.. :wink: :lol:
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Re: JAILED for making 3D Guns

Postby steamin10 » Wed Nov 05, 2014 1:23 pm

LOL! Church + Pistol = First hand meeting with God. Let him sort em out, EH?

I believe in concealed carry, no reason to volunteer as a target. That also means a pocket gun, aka Walther models, Sigma, and many others rather than the hand cannons of 1911, and even my P-89. Just too bulky.

BS. on heavy caliber and extended ranges, knockdown, etc. Street rules, first hit wins. Otherwise keep punchin holes. Judged by 12 or carried by six, do it right.

Dont ask me about a street fight, I'll have a SBS every time. Makes you kinna conspicuous tho.
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Re: JAILED for making 3D Guns

Postby 12L14 » Sat Dec 06, 2014 2:16 pm

Same Imura guy was "famous" for the idea of small&simple, 3D printed, desktop mill ;)

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Re: JAILED for making 3D Guns

Postby WJH » Sat Dec 12, 2015 8:04 am

As far as single stack 9mm goes for concealed carry, I just picked up a S&W Shield. Liked it better than the more expensive Glock equivalent and at least 100$ cheaper

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Re: JAILED for making 3D Guns

Postby steamin10 » Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:58 am

When I go to the First Church of the Sacred Crankshaft and Guiding headlight, I dont even take my pocket knife. Of course, I am on the GOODER side of town.

Really the P-89 is too big a cannon, and the .380 is much more a pocket rocket. Trigger safty and no frills. I liked the Walther PPKS but in my fat hand the slide could bite the web. So I settled on the Sigma some time back.

Glocks in their numbers are popular, but not with me. I am old school.

Making any kind of hand gun, without reporting is open to prosecution. If they become aware, they can be 'dangerous devices' if nothing else, and that includes fireworks too, if they so choose. Cannon that I build are either reported, or left without a touch hole, therefore inactive. Rapid prototyping is going to change things in the future I think and put more pressure on legal owners. Creative souls like the moron that armed a drone Helo, has already crossed the lines of law. Aircraft cannot drop things or be armed without permit and purpose. You cant drop Turkeys into a mall parking lot from a helicopter without fouling the law, no matter the promotion.

So I try to play safe, and mostly keep under the radar. I read a lot of collisions with 'proactive authority' that are actually mind police, inferring the worst on any condition and intent. Play quietly. Thanks.

On Utube there is a long vid or two of Texas hog hunts, with guys taking the ferrel pigs from a helicopter.. Where do I sign up?
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Re: JAILED for making 3D Guns

Postby hammermill » Thu Dec 17, 2015 1:03 pm

this being the internet and things I have heard from a highly reliable source that yodel dogs from a basket prone on the side of a whirley bird is a lot of fun but it is hard to keep track of brass

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Re: JAILED for making 3D Guns

Postby NP317 » Thu Dec 17, 2015 1:26 pm

I like "12L14"'s post the best.
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